Nice pub. Had live music on a Sunday night. Loved the back story. Had good Wi-Fi and nice selection of food. Definitely worth a visit.
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If you go here and like pastry get the vol-au-vents they are famous for a reason. If they aren't your thing there is plenty more choice in this old fashioned pub. A great place to sit and catch up with your mates. Suitable for families...More
This was the absolute worst meal we had in 10 days in Ireland. I had lamb stew which was celery, large potatoes and a watery broth. Lamb was limited. My husband had some beef steak sandwich which was clearly the worst cut of meat in...More
Went here in Feb 2018 when on a break in the city. went to watch the Ireland V Wales rugby match and had a great time. Good atmostphere and service. Staff very helpful and drinks are good.some drinks taster menus available which I thought were...More
The entertainment was excellent, the food was very good and the ambience is lovely. It's a must when you go to Kilkenny!
Visited here yesterday for some food with my family,for starters we chose chicken wings at €9, so you can imagine our surprise when they arrived,8 chicken wings and small dip,that's €1each for a tiny wing and €1 for dip, a rip off,main course €13 for...More
We sat at high top and enjoyed some great food in the presence of some traditional music. The musicians played classic irish tunes and kept the crowd rapt. The food was top notch and the despite the crowded room, the service kept up with our...More
My number one destination, Ireland, was to my dismay during the storm they called the Great Beast from the East and storm Emma. Ireland had the coldest weather and most snow recorded over the past 36 years. However, Kyteler's Inn was my saving grace. The...More
My girlfriend and I came from the snow blizzard and we came in for some drinks and snacks. The welcome we had was exceptional (especially Martin) who was a great host and was very helpful when we found out we had to rearrange our plans...More
We were curious to eat at kytelers as it had such an interesting history, however what could have been a lovely unique dining experience turned out to be a generic bland visit. The food was average and almost industrial in terms of taste and the...More